Wesleyan Covenant Association: Global Gathering Simulcast

Wesleyan Covenant Association: Global Gathering Simulcast

“Do not be ashamed of the testimony about our Lord.”

2 Timothy 1:8

The 2018 Global Gathering of the Wesleyan Covenant Association

In the midst of great uncertainty the Wesleyan Covenant Association invites you to stand unashamed for the Gospel of Jesus Christ! Join us in Atlanta at Mt. Bethel UMC or at one of our many simulcast sites November 3, 2018 as we proclaim Christ crucified and risen, our sure hope for the future.

Pastor Erick Sorensen

Pastor Erick Sorensen

Pastor Erick Sorensen was born and raised in Southern California. He is married to Melissa and they have three boys, Jude, Jonathan, and Lincoln.

He has degrees from Lutheran Brethren Bible College (Certificate of Biblical Studies), Biola University (Bachelors in Organizational Leadership) and Lutheran Brethren Seminary (Master of Divinity). Before moving to Manhattan to plant Epiphany, Pastor Sorensen served as Senior Pastor at Victoria Community Church in Fontana, California, and Bethany Lutheran Brethren Church in Staten Island, NY.

In his spare time Pastor Sorensen enjoys hanging out with his wife, wrestling with his boys, reading good books and watching just about every show on AMC. He is a frequent contributor to www.christholdfast.org and you can catch up with him on Facebook or on Twitter @pastorerick.

June 24: Philip Yancey

June 24: Philip Yancey

Philip Yancey is an American Christian author. Fourteen million copies of his books have been sold worldwide, making him one of the best-selling evangelical Christian authors. Two of his books have won the ECPA’s Christian Book of the Year Award: The Jesus I Never Knew in 1996, and What’s So Amazing About Grace? in 1998.

Yancey was born in Atlanta and grew up in nearby suburbs. After high school he attended college in South Carolina, where he met his wife, Janet. His two graduate degrees in Communications and English were earned from Wheaton College Graduate School and the University of Chicago.

Yancey was for many years an editor for Christianity Today, and also wrote articles for publications including Reader’s Digest, The Saturday Evening Post, Publishers Weekly, Chicago Tribune Magazine, Eternity, Moody Monthly, and National Wildlife. He now lives in Colorado, working as an editor-at-large for Christianity Today. He was a member of the editorial board of Books & Culture, another magazine affiliated with Christianity Today, and travels around the world for speaking engagements.